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Salman Taseer’s son Shahbaz Taseer released from Taliban captivity

The son the slain Punjab Governor Salman Taseer, Shahbaz Taseer, has been released by the Pakistani Taliban militants on Saturday. Shahbaz Taseer was abducted from Lahore on 26 August, 2011. Taseer had left his house from Cavalry Ground in his silver Mercedes Kompressor (LZT-1) for his office around 10:15am. Capital City Police Officer (CCPO) Lahore said his car was intercepted by a black SUV and motorbike around 600 yards from the office and up to three men dragged Taseer out of the car and took him away.
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Submited By: shah
19 May 2013 GMT
zahoor, careful sir,
Submited By: Zahoor
16 February 2013 GMT

Nuke the North Waziristan and as simple as that. It is not the first case of Kidnapping and just visit Gujranwala and Faisalabad and many Children are being Kidnapped by Pukhtoon Gangs and transported to Waziristan and now it is their way of living by abducting and taking ransome from Punjabis and enjoying their life in Kabul and in Pukhtoonkhwa.
Submited By: Rao
16 February 2013 GMT
Now the Taliban will tell who will live in Pakistan and who will not.??. They are telling Shahbaz to live abroad and never come back????. Where is ISI ??. i am Afraid but ISI is a front end of Terrorism in Pakistan and First Pakistan Army protect Osama and brought shame to the whole of Pakistan and now ISI is involved in Kidnapping and Ransom Acitivities of these Individuals.
All of the Kidnappers in Punjab mostly are Pushto Speakers and majority of them belong from KPK and FATA and recently my car was stolen and taken away from them in FATA after paying money and FATA region is a Terrorism hun weather it is Kidnapping or stolen Cars or so called Taliban. Kindly Government should took action against Taliban and ISI at the same time As ISI along with FATA thugs will sooner destroy Pakistan.
Submited By: Hasan Cheema
16 February 2013 GMT

Just kill and Destroy every Taliban. Enough is Enough. They made Islam a second name of Islam.. The whole look Islam as Violent because of Taliban. There should be all out war against Religious Extremism and people should fight against Taliban as Using AK-47 Against the Kalema is now their culture and to show Islam as violent is their mission and Real Muslims have to wake up and Kill these MF Talibans.
There are Many ways to protest and it includes Pen But Taliban cannot understand anything and there should all out war with Taliban who are violent and nothing else.
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